State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Latest Live Coverage
Live: Ukrainian troops reach Russian border near Kharkiv
Live - Tv
Watch Euronews live stream
Portugal PM vows to implement fire prevention reforms
After its worst weekend this year for wildfires, Portugal's PM defends his government's attempts to reform fire prevention
Malta anti-graft blogger killed in car bomb
Mediterranean island of Malta is stunned after its best known anti-graft journalist dies in a car bomb attack
Azerbaijan and Armenia meet over disputed territory
The presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia have met in Geneva for the first time since June 2016 amid tension over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh
Artificial Intelligence on your mobile: Does it really deserve the hype?
This year’s main smartphone launches promote Artificial Intelligence as a life-changing feature, but will it really change our lives?
Spanish style v Brit grit as Real take on Spurs
Zidane says Real's match with Tottenham will be like a "small world cup"
EU slaps new sanctions on North Korea
EU foreign ministers have agreed new sanctions against North Korea. It comes after a series of missile and nuclear tests carried out by Pyongyang
Astronomers strike gold with gravitational waves
LIGO and Virgo detectors used to spot cataclysmic event scattering gold and platinum into space
Paddington Bear works his magic on the Duchess of Cambridge
Braving morning sickness the Duchess of Cambridge has twirled the light fantastic with Paddington Bear ahead of his new movie.
Ancient amphitheatre found in Jerusalem
A half-built 2nd century amphitheatre has been unearthed in Jerusalem, the first such Roman-era find in the city
Boris on a boat
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson hosted EU counterparts at his official residence in Kent, taking one out in a rowing boat
Artist sets fire to bank in Paris
A Russian performance artist has been detained in Paris after setting fire to the front of a branch of France's central bank
At least three dead as Storm Ophelia batters Ireland
Prime Minister Leo Varadkar warned everyone to stay indoors as the worst storm in half a century hit the country.
SDF claims ISIL surrendering en masse in Raqqa and city's fall is imminent
An SDF assault on final ISIL positions in Raqqa has led to mass surrenders says the Kurdish-led, US-backed force.
Watch: Police swim out to save woman from sinking car
Officers smashed car window to rescue driver.
Austrian OVP plays hardball with coalition partners
Austria's biggest party and election winners the FPO set the bar high for any coalition partners.
#MeToo Twitter trend exposes scale of sexual abuse
Harvey Weinstein allegations prompt thousands to share their own stories of abuse
Thinking outside the box at the Festival Ars Electronica
When it blinks, squeaks and beeps, it is time for Art.
RegioStars Awards highlight Europe's innovative projects
Awarding Europe's most inspiring regional projects that support people's lives through the creation of economic growth and jobs.
Amsterdam Dance Event: the fun must go on
Noisiness, rowdiness and logistical difficulties are some problems that typically challenge and restrain a city’s night life. But these things won’t
Trio killed as wildfires rage in Galicia
Officials say three people have been killed as a result of fires in the north-western region
Spain battles against deadly forest fires
Iberian coast fires have been fanned by strong winds, remnants of ex-Hurricane Ophelia.
Deadly Spanish fires in part started deliberately says Galica's President
Galicia's President says some of the fires threatening Vigo are criminal in nature.
Iranian reaction to Trump threats
Iranians have been reacting with dismay at Donald Trump's new stance towards to country
Shia militias press home federal Iraqi forces' advantage in Kirkuk
With airport and oil fields reclaimed Iraqi forces push deeper into Kurdish-held Kirkuk.
EU rallies behind Iran nuclear deal
The US might be stepping away from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. But Europe’s foreign ministers still back the agreement. It took twenty months of
Plenoptic x-rays: an alternative to CT scans
“Computerised tomography – or CT Scans – have been one of the greatest achievements in medical imaging.
Storm Ophelia blasts the UK and Ireland
Three people have died and thousands are without power as Storm Ophelia hits Ireland
Watch: Spain cranks up the pressure on Catalonia
Spain's deputy prime minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria has been speaking about the Catalonia crisis
[LIVE] Weah, VP Boakai to face off in November 7 Liberia election run-off
Ex-football star, George Weah of the Congress For Democratic Change (CDC) will face current vice-president, Joseph Boakai of the ruling Unity Party (UP) in a race to succeed Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
View: EU infighting must not weaken international response to ethnic cleansing in Myanmar
The EU must take forward a clear, joint commitment to act in response to the humanitarian crisis unfolding before our eyes in Myanmar, writes Katharine Derderian